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CAMPANILE ARRAS - Saint Nicolas

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Zone d'Activité Les Alouettes

62223 SAINT-NICOLAS, France

3 km from the city center

Booking: +33 1 73 21 98 00

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7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Paris time) - Cost of a local call

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Call the hotel: +33 3 21555630

E-mail address: arras.stnicolas@campanile.fr

Route

How to get to the hotel

From the train station
From the airport
By Train
From the train station: take the bus line 3, direction "Cruppes". Get off at the "Raoul Briquet" stop.
By Train
From the train station: take the bus line 3, direction "Cruppes". Get off at the "Raoul Briquet" stop.
By Plane
From Lesquin Airport : A1 Paris exit 16 Arras-center, follow N50 to Arras then N17 Lens / Bethune. Exit at St-Nicolas-lez-Arras and follow Z.A des Alouettes
By plane
From Lesquin Airport : A1 Paris exit 16 Arras-center, follow N50 to Arras then N17 Lens / Bethune. Exit at St-Nicolas-lez-Arras and follow Z.A des Alouettes

Discover nearby points of interest

Sight Seeing
Sightseeing
Heroes' place
The Heroes' Square is a historic place in the municipality of Arras in the Hauts-de-France region. The square is a large square with a completely mineral aspect that can be found in many cities of the former Netherlands. It is with the Grand Place of Arras, the central and historic central square of the city.
Sight Seeing
Sightseeing
Vimy Memorial
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial honors the memory of Canadian soldiers who died in France during the First World War. The monument is located on Vimy Ridge where the namesake battle took place during which many Canadian soldiers lost their lives. Of the 66,000 soldiers in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 11,285 were missing2 whose names are on the memorial itself. The site is managed by Veterans Affairs Canada.
Sight Seeing
Sightseeing
Career Wellington
The Wellington quarry is a place of memory of the First World War located in Arras, in the department of Pas-de-Calais. This network of underground galleries played a major role in taking the German lines and saved the lives of many Allied soldiers by passing them through the basement. It is one of the 19 kilometers that make up the underground quarries of Arras.

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